Community leadership
and compassion

Join Stacy's Team!

• Successful small business owner

• Community leader

• City Commissioner for 7 years

• Protecting Parkland's quality of life

Meet Stacy Kagan

Stacy is running for Mayor to continue making an impact for our community. She has served as a City Commissioner for the past seven years. Her tenure on the City Commission included two as Vice Mayor during and in the aftermath of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.  She plans to immediately direct her efforts at prioritizing safety and protecting public health in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as optimizing the city budget, and ensuring that the proper preparations are in place ahead of the active 2020 hurricane season.
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"Serving the Parkland community as a City Commissioner for over seven years and being deeply involved in the community, has fully prepared me for this new role.


My family and I have called Parkland home for over 16 years, and I have never seen a community more resilient and united in helping and caring about each other.  My priority is to foster our city's special sense of community and bring us together. 


My approach to public service has always been based on total transparency and accessibility. I want residents to know that they can always reach me to share their concerns or provide feedback. This is what has allowed me to solve issues and address the greatest needs of my community for the past seven years, and that will continue when I become Parkland’s Mayor.”


Stacy and her husband Richard have one daughter, Brittani, who graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas in 2007 and is now a producer in New York.
Caring About Our Families

As commissioner and parent, Stacy has worked hard to make a difference for our families including:

  • Parkland’s public schools are ranked among the best in the state

  • Helped keep Parkland kids in Parkland schools

  • Added classroom space

  • Supported new street lights to improve safety

  • Helped bring a veterans park and Pine Trails Park which is one of the largest in the area

  • Supported new fire and ambulance equipment to keep us safe 

  • Helped bring improvements to our parks system

Helping Homeowners & Taxpayers
  • The city has kept its millage rate low

  • The city has almost no debt and pension legacy issues

  • The city's property values continue to rise

  • Brought numerous infrastructure upgrades to enhance our neighborhoods

A successful small business owner and devoted public servant, Stacy has been a fixture in the Parkland community for many years, spearheading many charitable initiatives and volunteering with a range of organizations. Helping children succeed has been her passion. She has been involved with the drama program at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, raised money for Parkland sports teams, and mentored kids through the DECA program, teaching financial and business literacy to young adults.


Stacy's unwavering commitment to giving back comes from her appreciation of all the people who helped her throughout her difficult childhood. Kagan started working at age 12, after her father passed away unexpectedly of a heart attack. Faced with financial difficulties, she and her mother were in and out of homelessness for nearly two years. Overcoming these and other challenges is what allowed her to develop the strength, tenacity, and compassion that she is known for today.


Stacy's resilient character is also what enabled her to lead Parkland as a City Commissioner during times of crisis, including the unspeakable tragedy that struck Parkland’s tight-knit community in 2018, and the most recent challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic. During both crises, Kagan worked tirelessly, communicating with the residents and first responders and taking far-reaching measures to keep Parkland safe.

Please contact me if you would like to meet me on Zoom or speak on the phone or whatever is most convenient for you. 

Political advertisement paid for and approved by Stacy Kagan for Parkland Mayor, Nonpartisan Election.

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